imidic

imide

[im-ahyd, im-id]
noun Chemistry.
a compound derived from ammonia by replacement of two hydrogen atoms by acidic groups, characterized by the =NH group.

Origin:
1840–50; alteration of amide

imidic [ih-mid-ik] , adjective
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imide (ˈɪmaɪd)
 
n
any of a class of organic compounds whose molecules contain the divalent group -CONHCO-
 
[C19: alteration of amide]
 
imidic
 
adj

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imide im·ide (ĭm'īd')
n.
A compound derived from ammonia and containing the bivalent NH group combined with a bivalent acid group or two monovalent acid groups.

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imide   (ĭm'īd')  Pronunciation Key 
A compound derived from ammonia and containing the bivalent NH group combined with a bivalent acid group or two monovalent acid groups. Peptides and proteins are chains of imides formed when two amino acids are joined by a peptide bond.
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